Teaching Philosophy:
My desire for teaching is
(1) to motivate students to get a big picture of statistics, (2) to
guide students to develop critical thinking skills, and (3) to help
students "study by doing" to become independent learners.
Teaching is Art. I would love to be a great artist.
Current Teaching (2016 Spring)
None.
All course material has been and will be made available on Moodle.
Courses taught at the University of Minnesota Duluth
2015 Fall  STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics, Sec. 001 (35 students)
2015 Fall  STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics, Sec. 002 (35 students)
2015 Fall  STAT 4050 Introduction to Statistical Computing (20 students)
2015 Summer  MATH 1297 Calculus II (16 students)
2015 Spring  STAT 3612 Introduction to Probability and Statistics II (22 students)
2015 Spring  STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (28 students)
2014 Fall  STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (23 students)
2014 Fall  STAT 2411 Statistical Methods (54 students)
2014 Summer  MATH 1297 Calculus II (24 students)
2014 Spring  STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (32 students)
2014 Spring  STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (33 students)
2013 Fall  STAT 4050 Introduction to Statistical Computing (13 students)
2013 Fall  STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (28 students)
2013 Summer  STAT 3411 Engineering Statistics (2 students)
2013 Spring  STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (29 students)
2013 Spring  STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (29 students)
2012 Fall  STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (32 students)
Courses taught at the University of Manitoba:
STAT 1000 Basic Statistical Analysis 1
STAT 2000 Basic Statistical Analysis 2
MATH 1500 Introduction to Calculus
MATH 1520 Introductory Calculus for
Management and Social Sciences
MATH 1700 Calculus 2
Course taught at the University of Winnipeg:
STAT 1501 Elementary Biostatistics
